Top U.S. Lawmaker NOTIFIES Pentagon – Special Request Sent!

Lawmaker Calls on Pentagon To Reform How It Handles Cold Cases

Lawmaker Calls on Pentagon To Reform How It Handles Cold Cases

( – On Memorial Day 2020, Army Spc. Enrique Roman-Martinez, 21, went on a camping trip with seven others on North Carolina’s Outer Banks. His head eventually washed ashore a couple of miles away from where he was last seen. More than two years later, the case remains unsolved. A congresswoman now wants to reform how cold cases are handled in the military.

On November 10, Rep. Norma Torres (D-CA) introduced the Enrique Roman-Martinez Military Cold Case Justice Act of 2022, which seeks to improve the way the military reviews cold cases. She explained the bill was created in response to Roman-Martinez’s death and would allow for independent reviews when it’s needed. She hopes these changes will make it possible for military families to get the justice they deserve.

Roman-Martinez was with the 82nd Airborne at the time of his death and stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. In April 2022, news broke that the seven soldiers who were with him on the day were charged with making false statements, using LSD, and disobeying a superior. The dead soldier’s decapitation was never solved, despite the charges against those who were with him.

A $25,000 reward is being offered for tips leading to an arrest and conviction.

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